The defaultdelivery file is a global setting saying that qmail will not
accept any email larger than X. If you want per-user quotas you can set
those through vpopmail. You can't set a per-user file size limit though,
the closest you can do is on a per-ip basis. Since tcpserver reads
environment variables from the tcp.smtp.cdb file, you can put something like
I don't know how to limit file sizes based on the recipient other than
leaving no limit and using per-user quotas.
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
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Subject: RE: [vchkpw] Quota on qmail (for send and receive)
Thank you for you answer.
And...it is possible tu put different quota for users ?
For example ...local user [EMAIL PROTECTED] to recieve 4 megs and user [EMAIL PROTECTED]
to receive only 2 megs. (to accept and receive)
> Make a file in /var/qmail/controls called "databytes" and in it, put
> the value (in bytes) of the largest email you want qmail to accept.
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> Subject: [vchkpw] Quota on qmail (for send and receive)
> I tried to put quota on qmail, for sending and receiving emails. I
> want to accept only emails that are under 3 megs. I tried with
> softlimit, tcpserver but it didnt work it. Can someone tell me how can
> i do that limitation ? On the system I have qmail + daemontools +
> vpopmail + qmailadmin + courier-imap(for pop3). Thanks allot.
> George Tolea